Six alleged insurrectionists arrested

JohnStarr

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Radio is a very effective tool at inciting people - especially poor people, not on twitter or social media, it was considered a large part of the incitement that led to the Rwandan genocide....
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radio_Télévision_Libre_des_Mille_Collines#:~:text=Radio Télévision Libre des Mille Collines (RTLM) was a Rwandan,1993 to July 31, 1994.&text=RTLM has been described as,"the soundtrack to genocide".
Look I know that much. However, Zuma's kids were on Twitter supporting it and nothing has been done. Easy target really.
 

dj2381

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Yes, you can remove the self-pity hat now.

Yes sir. I stipulate that "Your" race is being persecuted by BLM all over the world.
Sorry to disappoint you but not everyone feels victimized, it's in fact very amusing to see the idiots shift the blame somewhere else, maybe I should add /s so you better understand next time.
 

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NGIZWE MCHUNU, ONE OF THE ALLEGED INSTIGATORS OF KZN, GAUTENG RIOTS, DENIED BAIL​

Mchunu, a former radio host, appeared in court briefly on Wednesday morning two days after he handed himself over to police in Durban.

JOHANNESBURG - One of the main alleged instigators of last week's widespread violence, Ngizwe Mchunu, has been denied bail in the Randburg Magistrates Court.

Mchunu, a former radio host, appeared in court briefly on Wednesday morning two days after he handed himself over to police in Durban.

Earlier this week, Acting Minister in the Presidency Khumbudzo Ntshaveni said that five people suspected of being instigators of the violence had been arrested so far.

Mchunu's case has been postponed to next week Wednesday.

So I have to ask, denied bail or is the bail application postponed. These court cases aren't very public.
 

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You think there's a saga coming that's going to eclipse this carnage? If that's the case then we have serious problems.

I do yes. The next one will be a coup attempt. The ANC said it themselves several years back that there are attempts at regime change.
 

Milano

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You think there's a saga coming that's going to eclipse this carnage? If that's the case then we have serious problems.
This is not even the beginning of the serious problems that are yet to come. The economic fundamentals are so horrifically unsustainable that what you describe as recent carnage is a drop in the ocean compared to the tens of millions of unsustainable employment scheme beneficiaries and social grant recipients that have bad news coming their way in the relatively short term. Just basic economics.
 

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You think there's a saga coming that's going to eclipse this carnage? If that's the case then we have serious problems.
well, we all told you there will be Zulu uprising years ago. Look now what happened and Indian uprising also happened at the same time.

You guys never wanna learn.
 

grok

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Despite the smoke & mirrors of arresting Zuma for the minor offense, the ANC stays true to form & won't arrest one of their own despite him being the obvious kingpin of this whole fiasco.
Well at least the world can see now what cowardly criminal-minded subtypes they've unleashed to rule SA.
African Duhmocracy!
Vavi! Amanda!
 

Milano

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Some comrades are beginning to sound less like comrades and more like mybroederbond members. Perhaps the penny has finally dropped. It may be that some day the comrades might understand that years of legitimate criticisms were actually something to encourage and address as a means to strengthen governance in the hope of better livelihoods for all. Perhaps the usual instigators were never actually your true comrades.
 

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Some comrades are beginning to sound less like comrades and more like mybroederbond members. Perhaps the penny has finally dropped. It may be that some day the comrades might understand that years of legitimate criticisms were actually something to encourage and address as a means to strengthen governance in the hope of better livelihoods for all. Perhaps the usual instigators were never actually your true comrades.
It's probably because they don't live in an as black and white world as you imagine they do.
 
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